Here is a piece I co-wrote about the iHRIS Open Source HRIS software project I've been working on. It provides some history and context of the project, and it looks ahead to next developments. Read: iHRIS: Where Are We Now? | http://www.ihris.org.
I have been working lately, and here's what I've been working on. I've been revamping the website for iHRIS: Free and Open Health Workforce Information Software. This is a project to create open source human resources information systems that governments in the developing world can use to manage their health workers. We just launched the new … Continue reading Current Project: iHRIS: Free and Open Health Workforce Information Software
My former employer, IntraHealth International, recently held a multimedia expo and day-long event called "It Takes a Workforce: Improving Global Health Services" to mark the end of their five-year project to strengthen the global health workforce, the Capacity Project. The Capacity Project was also a major part of my life over the last five years, … Continue reading Capacity Project ends
Since I've been working part-time for the last few months, I've tried to focus my efforts on just a small number of very distinct projects. One of them was our big deliverable for this, our final year of the Capacity Project: the HRIS Strengthening Implementation Toolkit. The Toolkit is a distillation of everything we've learned … Continue reading Finished! The project I’ve been working on for the last 6 months